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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

f Wr' '? A 1000 TRAIL HITTERS, FROM SCRANTON WILL AID SUNDAY'S WORK Ministerial Union Hears Plans to Carry on the Cam paign Here Slap at Sena tor Penrose. TOVTnW:tfWLE HoyrftAY, SEPTEMBER 28i JOl r Ill' II I U.. II '" i,J' " ' ' " f " M iiiM in' linsinlii lA'mm .',. ...'," J I, "''"' 'Z "'" ' '" ii ml iwiiMi in w A W I ii iwiMiWifiMi SI illus miWilfrlili ' .DIER WRITES I s i '. . . '. r- ...'.', I tl 10,000 IN PEACE PAGEANT (POLICEMAN'S P H" i T An Indirect thrust nt Senator Penrose was mndo today at a meeting of tlio Min isterial Union, held at ttie Central Branch of (ho Younff Men'fl Christian Associa tion, Arch Btreet above Broad. Tho meeting, attended by several hundred clergymen of alt denominations, was called primarily to Indorso tho "RUly" Sunday campaign. The proceedings had been under wny but a short tlmo when tho Rev. Dr. II. C. TVoolston presented a report of tho Execu ting Committee, which urged all to unlto for the cause of tempcranco In the comliiff campaign, Tho repo...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

1 iM '"' ' " " ii .i i . i ' ' -yr. t r ,,i i i ,-., ..i - ' , " '',":' "'.'? IV H.: ' t tt'I-V 'I; JEWISH EMPLOYES EXCUSED FROM DDTY OVER YOM KIPPUR 150 Policemen and Helpers in Department of Public Safety Will Observe Day of Atonement. I Ei Moro limn 1?0 Jr-tvlslt policemen nnd other Jewish employes In the Donnrt nient of l'ublle Safety will tia exottseil from duty tomorrow nt sithitotvn until Wednesday evening, that Ueing Yoni Kip pur, the most solemn day In tlio Jewish calendar. Director Porter will Issue it notice to this effect In all the station houses throughout the titv some tlmo lo ony. Other Jewish employes In the do pnrtment will receive similar notices. The Director will alio issue orders to the id iitennnts m nil the Jewish dis tricts to permit the Jewish storekeepers to k.'-p their stores oppn the nest two Sumltns until eleven o'clock lii the morn Iiir inKteml of nine, the regulnr closing tune .in Sundays. This, In View of the fait that the Jewish housewife must prepa...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

RIGHT OF SIX MEN TO SIT IN DELAWARE ASSEMBLY DISPUTED l Speaker Holcomb, Secretary to Senator Saulsbury, Among Those Whose Eligibility Is Challenged. Five Democrats. DOVER, Del.. Sept. 2S.-Tho eligibility of lx members of the Gcnornl Assembly, Including- tho Speaker Of tho House, Cliaunccy P. Holdomb, to sit during tho special session called to net upon a re vised codo nnd oxecutlvo appointments, was questioned today when tho legisla tors nssemblcd at noon, Tho members who may be ousted In ad dition to Speaker Holcomb, who Is secre tary to United Stntcs Senator Siiulsbury, aro Dr. T. 0 Cooper, of Wllmlngtop, Al bert t. Swan, Dclawaro City! Charles J. Bloccltcl, of Sussex County, and Zacliary 1. Harris, of New Castlo County. They ire Dsmocrats. Chnrlcs II. McDonald, of Now Castlo County, Is another. He Is a Hcpubllcan. If the members arc ousted the Ito publlcans will tlo In tho Senate, whllo lipr will bo 13 Democrats and 15 Kc- publicans In tho llouso. Tho clinrRes de- larhiB their I...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

s cf EVENING LBDGBB-PaiI.ADftl,PHIA, MOMMf, BBPEBMBfflB 28, m I tl ;r ma. EVENING t$Ma LEDGER PUDLtC LEDGER COMPANY ' CmUS II. K CtllTlS. rwtstnr.MT. Geo. W. Oerm. Secretary; Jfthn C Miitlln, Trennrer Charle II I.utllngton, I'hlllp S. Collins, John II. Vvll lUitu, Directors, EDITORIAL nOAIlIJ! Ctnos It. K CriiTis. I'hnlrman. p. n. wmalbt nxpoHtivc r:.mor JOHN C. MARTIN t5(ncrnl t'ulni MfliuiRPf Published dolly. PTcept Siimlny. nt I'miie Ltwin nullilinR In1inlence Squ-ire Plillmlolphln. lnoBR CrstiiAr, Ilroed niul Chestnut Strprt Att.inti- Cm , Pms-Unlon nnUillnir New York 170-A. Mwppolltnn Toiyr Cmcioo ....817 Unme lnurniM,P nulldln London 8 Waterloo Place, l'all Mall, S. . NnWSBUIlBAfB: JlARiiiimrpo lltinmi Tli r-o'Hat Tin n K W(ntvnTo.v minr.il! Tho Post ISiilMjri New Vohk HrnEAD Tli rimn lltilMInK Btnt.lN IimiMr i0 r i leiltlrhtta' London HritKAu 2 Till Mull 1'itf.t. S . Pirns Hlulau 32 Hue Louis le Ural) J SfllSCItlPllONTlMVH Iiy enrrler. IJaii.t Oslt. rI cctit It? rltl wnlM nit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

, jijt' "'O a; jn r.w-nftmn-.pjtbABja&gatA, aofrfrAT, BiapttBMBBB 10.14, S55r5r35W'5 ! r SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT ' PHILADELPHIA i wv-sJ'. . r,.r v -y--.v.7C-.' --:,- -TTv -.- t -N CsVa.. si-v?;v ij,7vw rfa .. MRS. GEORGE GORDON MEADE LARGE Mrs. Large, Who is One of tho Leading Society Women of This City, and Her Family Are Spending the Early Fall at Their Home in Ilydal. MS -I!S. AVILIilAM K. GOODMAN 1ms issued Invitations for u tirklgo party, to bo (thru tin' afternoon of October C, to meet her iistrr. Mis. Josnpli VV. "Wear, who Is living In Chc-tmit Hill this year. Mr ntifl Mrs. Henry Tatnall, accompanied by tlif-lr Hon-In-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H.'iiry Tatnull, Jr., and Miss Mildred W. Le, loft on Friday In their private car for Dorset. VI., wheio thoy attended the weddlns of Mr. and Mrs. Samuol H. Uckcrt, Jr., which took plnce theio on Saturday. Mis Uikcit was Miss Agnes Musscr, of this city. Amons the season's debutantes will be Miss Helena S. Iloliliiron, daughte...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

T IWWBWWPWBI1 V"" 10 r EVENING LEDGffK-PHILAPELPHlA, M oBay, SEPTEMBER 28, 1014. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND, MATRON ELLEN ADAIR HAS TRYING ORDEAL IN BIG OFFICE BUILDING Recovering From Disap pointment in Employment Office, She Makes Futile Effort to Answer Tele- . phone. H m im '. t V pfi umu XIII. I think that disappointment mnkes one frel so old! So many sorrows have coma suddenly to me 1 wonder why? I gnze down vistas of long years to eomo nml Bee Junt loiicllnr-ss. Those years mny btlng dull i-polBiiatlon In their train, Tho foot 1ms pron-pt to meet the tnornlnic dew, trim heart (f boumllnj at emotion new, JUlJ hope, otiie criulu I, Icta quick tu sprln' again, I want to live, live hard, and think, end leant, untl do! I hato the thought of pain and povertv! Since mother died, iJl the old lonslnss that I thought Ions clncc were crushed, all the old, vague desires have come to mo again a thou MindfoUl. Those icstless stlrrllifra for a full deep lll...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

E859 f WW-" " yMWrrW--? 'TUBS' X.'- "" BdUVMI il 1 rmj mi fnr i m im FT ill r i I t-fclfr "V" 'tBsVi liOkMiA'LM C- i ft! y . fci-ij ifr-Ml IMMMEmMKWf"" ' ' '1 '-' J(B M S3 MS t .' s rlFM-fl Sa " J5 w r j$mMmmwwamMHLaurwm8ttfL.ji ...-mta v r i ?.h: r ira.-, ? , &?, f ...jt .: '.srA7j&m & ' ww r r - .nm i S EVENING LEDgEK PHIfiAPJBLPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 101 S7)Rirapiqn' i iy$mfttfb w KS s&fr4 , ,f-t "" .V' -ii " i's- y-z. ..-. MISS MABEL KITTREDGE'S HOUSE AT SOUTH YARMOUTH, MASS. CHILDREN'S CORNER BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES ONE day in the late fall, three little leaves were talking to gether under a big pine tree. "Wasn't that fun to sail through the air!" exclaimed the oak leaf "Fun!" cried the maple from a near by tree, "I should say it was. I'd like to do it again." "So would I," echoed the sycamore leaf, which had blown clear up from the creek. "What arc you talking about down there?" asked the green pine leaves; "you all seem to be having a lot of fun!" "Fun!"...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

.---irwv ' -v!Y-xi(mrf s iv tj-MP- 2 EVENING TlflTJlll-PHILADELPHIA, MOMjA'V, SEPTEMBER 28, lDU. i MACICMEN SURE OF PENNANT NOW-PHILADELPHIA PLAYERSIMAY GET AUTOMOBILES PHILADELPHIA ARE Hi LINE FOR CHALMERS TROPHY MACK'S ATHLETICS LEAGUE CHAMPIONS FOR SIXTH TIME K IS h Eddie Collins, Alexander and Magce Have Wrought Nobly This Year Phils Play Reds Today. When the committee appolntrd for that purpose awards the Chalmers' trophies lor I3ll the names of rhllndc-lphlatis are npt to stand at the top 111 both the American and National Leagues. The three men who have tlto chance to be honored by this annual award ore Ud.lle Collins, of the Athletics, and drover Alexander and Sherwood Magce, of the Phillies. Hugh Chalmers, the donor of the auto mobiles, suggested that tho committee give the prizes not to tho man who, in their opinion, was the most nnlshed per former In each league, but to the player nho had bem most valuable to his team. This suggestion has been and will be followed this ye...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

PWdifci"-?n5n &m rlmm jymmmrrw-- fWP'sSpBPTO' ymrrar ffmfW'PeM'Kl)9t' f EVEKIHG MDGEtt-pHILA&gPHtA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 38, 19 13 FTNANCTATTanr COMMERCIAL SITUATION A HOME ANDABRQAD--MARKET REPORTS MARKET SITUATION BETTER AS EIGHTH WAR WEEK BEGINS More Confidence Every where and Talk of Early Exchange Reopening Is Evidence of Improved Conditions. Fall liotiscclcnnlng Is In order In the ImtikliiK nrnl brokeraRo houses of the biff flnnnelal centres. Lonc-illstnnce tele phone, wires, which wore ordered out Just lifter the stock exchanges closed, so as to cut down expenses, are brlns replaced; Btcnosrnphors nro busy Blmrrieiilnir pen cils and bond salesmen who have been on protracted vacations aro being called In. For thoro has come a general brightening' of the situation which fore casts an early resumption of trading. This Is tho eighth week of hostilities In JJurope and Is nlso tho eighth week slnco there developed the financial depression Incident to tho closing of tho world's ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

fHT " vt - imtrmtmilKr -UMPsr a ijemnjf " w i4jAr i i i VOL. I NO. 13 rillLADELPIIIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, liHJ P1UOE ONE CENT MYSTERY SHROUDS METHODS OF MEN IN LAND GRAB DEAL DOMINION REFUGEES HERE WITH WAR TALES Visits to Property Owners in Vicinity of 21st and Race Streets and Vague Of fers to Buy Assume New Significance in Light of Municipal Court Project. Proposed Purchase of the Magdalen Home Admitted by Those in the Secret to Be Only the "Entering Wedge" in $2,000,000 Building Fund. Mvsterlous to" by rmatcrlous men on it bv those who want to build a new one property owners In the vicinity of 21st "0nc-,u,rt,lIas'" sho said, "the halls .' . . .. . ,- m nro. nre i row ded so that It Is almost lin. nd Kace streets, the site for the pro IIOIbIe t0 pa,.t AmJ the Jnage ,m9 on,y posed 2.0X,000 "matblc hall' srnb of om. small room lo himself. If people the Municipal Court, havo taken a new eome to see him he ling only that smad me.ni to those who entertu.ned the Jf", men since the p...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

ajg?22En rWv Knwrw POSTSCRIPT EDITION EVENING LEDGER POSTSCRIPT EDITION VOL. I NO. 13 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1014. PRICE ONE CENT VILLA MOVES HIS FORCES AS PEACE CONFERENCE PENDS Mobile Army of 30,000 Men, Marching Against Carranza, Occupies Za catecas Meeting May , Avert War. JUAREZ, Sept. 28. Dcsplto trfis arango jncnts for a pcaco meeting between Cen tral Francisco Villa and commissions of generals from his army and that of president Carranza, Villa today continued his military operations. Nearly all of Ills mobile force of 30,000 men aro now march ing against the troops of Carranza. They have already occupied Zacatecas, In the central military zone, fronting tlio Car ranza mobilization point at Aguas Callcn ios. rtcports that Vllllstas have occupied Can I-iUls PotosI have not been confirmed. A. secret movement of troops Into Bonora was , discovered today when Villa's personal brigade, commandod by General Rodriguez, reached tho Bonora Slate lino to co-operato with t...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

Bessr r I EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, " ' " PHi 1 mqtda Y) SEPTEMBER 28, 1914. GERMANS TRAIN HEAVY GUNS ON ANTWERP TO CRUSH BELGIAN FLANKING ASSAULTS'! foothold either In St. Quentln or in the territory Immediately to the north be tween the armies of General von Kluk and Von Uoehm has failed. As It Is considered essential that the German line bo broken there, additional rein forcements are being sent, and the bat tle continues without interruption day nnd night. Sir John French, the British field marshal, commanding the British forces, Is catling upon War Secretary Kitchener for moro men. If the Allied line could bo reinforced with 100.000 fresh men at this juncture It U be lieved that the battle would see Its conclusion within AS hours. That the Kaiser personally It direct ing the offensive movements of the German army In Franco was the be lief expressed today at the hoaduqar tcrs of General Galllenl, French Mili tary Governor of Paris. Evidence that the Government holds the same ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

EVENING LEDGEB-PHIEAtHaiPHlA-, MONDAY, S-EPTHMBKR 28, 1SU. i- mmuim woundm HELPLESS FOR DAYS ONFIELMFMTTLE No Red Cross Service, and Unburied Bodies Strew .Border Dying Foes r Reconciled. K . . ". .. . . nfJQN, Sept, a (ijisnaicn 10 mc J.onuon . Dally Chronicle). , Although Brent Interest Is concentrated upon the northwest s.ldo of the lino of tattle In France, It must not bo fornotten that the cast sldo Is also of high Importance. Now for the first tlmo since the begin ning of the war there will bo a little res pite on the Lorraine frontier, and in tho wooded country of tho two lost provinces thcie will ho time to bury the dead which incumber Its fields. Words nro utterly Inadequate to descrlbo tho horrors of the region to the cast of the Mcurthe, in and i I around tho little towns or IJlamont, Un jldonvlller, Clrey-lcs-Forecs, Arracourt, Chateau-Sallns, Morhnugo and Haudrc court, wheio for six weeks thero has been Incessant lighting. After the henvy bat tle of September 4, when th...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA MOpT, SEPTEMBER 28, 1014m Itat Wi tt m:i 15: VS.! 4 '- swi -r. . W ?i .r. j "' , ITALY HOLDS FIRM IN NEUTRAL POLICY; WAITS ON TURKEY Overt Acts by Porte Will Mean Rupture of Triple Alliance as Mobilized Army Joins Allies. OK.VIiVA. Sept. 2' The ioHi. tin that ltnlv u'll break It llPlltrnllti ollpv ntul inter thr- war on the ulil" f thi- AW' linn lieci iWifiisi-d t.l tho npj (i 'tit effect of thi Orec-k-liUnt'ir.ltr-lttilBprinu nl'lnnc on Tuiki -liolllKr-rtht Intentions, a ttlsp-ttcli. ,-t from l!oini. rUsratrtirsi from Vienna ntiJ Tticste lei; of nreparntloti ttv Aiistrl-t to insist dti Italian lnvnloii. Maaar refitments lmv boon Rent Into TrctHlno to leiilam tin rpglmctiN rnt to fvtvla nt the lirRlnnlti-' of llio m ir lcn't' ti." 1'iin ! t iiii,i Mum 't t'-- gOVr-IHttU lit to nidiiitiuil t lit in 111 allH It him im-li oiirp-ntlj ln.li-1 I 'hit .im OV'Ctt Hit l Tmk' V HM ltn ill -i '"' by Ttn't. i ii l lm h I'l l-tn " m" '' nn1 imviil tr.w tm.Mll 'I r t ....

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

wpipww"' vpfipfipi '"",3 J; EVENING LBDGBB-IHIIiADEPg.lA-,JMOWDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, lOlf- .! MEW YORK GIVES ITS PRIMARY ELECTION . LAW FIRST TRIAL party Leaders Estimate That 4 Little More Than 50 Per Cent of Enrolment is Com ing Out. NCW YORK, Sept 28. Now York State Is trjInB a primary election today for tlio time. Although tho European war doubtless has prevented the usual pub iclty there Is much Interest. Tho party i.i.i estimate that a llttlo more than (0 per cent, voto of enrolment Is being r0t out. Tho Btato enrolment in nu rtftlcs Is 1.386,051 and 1,611,672 voted for Governor In 1912. Tho party chiefs admit frankly tho ls iue is uncertain In most cases. There aro iwo Pemocratlc aspirants for tho Guber natorial nomination, thrco uepuDiicans ..i .wn ProKrcsslvc. Thero aro thrco tach In tho ranks of Republican and Demociatle would-bo auccscors oi ninu Hoot' and one Progressive. Besides these, the State votes for Lieu tenant Governor, Socretary of State, Con troller. Attorney Gener...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

s v !$$ t, .t.a S. fr f jS If nrjfcfci 5 BMK! , a; V. mv2H i e;f i H If ' j BVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY SEPTEMBER, 28, 1914 THORNTON J. HAINS, STORY WRITER, GOES TO "BEACH-COMBING" MAYOR DONNELLY OFFICIALLY OPENS INTERSTATE FAIR Gathers Driftwood and j Peace Program, Horse Rac Catches Fish Magazines ing and Vaudeville Reject His Work and He Gets Threatening Letters. in Front of Grandstand Will Feature Week. TUtlNTO.V. Pept 2S.The Intcistnto Knlr, lookd foruurd to by New ,TeiON, Pennsylvania nnd New York becnuso nf Its ngrleulturnl, educational, horticultural, entile, tnuiiufiieturlrn; nmt other great NBV YOltK. Sept. 2.-Tliornton Jetrkini Hairs, writer or stories of ad Venture that save him eotwldoratJlo cele brity before he was thrown into the lime, light by the famous ttlal for the shoot- liiK of William E. Annid, which dent iii dlsplnys, was opened at the Interstate , brother. Captain Peter tlnlna, t S. A , to ' Fnlr tirouiuls tod.ty. llosldcs vaudeville ' Jail, but resul...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

WfW"' "AJV" " GERMAN COMMERCE COLLAPSES UNDER j PRESSURE OF WAR IV pr. Emil Lederer Virtually Admits the Fact, But Points to Good Harvest as Some Consolation. (V BERLIN, Sept 28. whatevct" bo tha outcome of th wnr. 'th trade of Germany hag been so crlp net that it Is how on tho vor&o of total collapse, Tho progress mado In Biantifacturins In recent years was simply i'mazlns. At tho outbreak of tho wnr Germany had probably overtaken Great Britain, so far as foreign trado was con'- kerned, and a year henco would hn.v I' relegated her rival to second placo In the worm s commerce. ,'Durlnff tlio first six months of 1914 mer chandise was exported from Germany to the enormous vatuo of $1,015,000,000, as compared With 'Jl.OtS,O0O,OO0 from Great Britain and Ireland. This waa running t?nirlunr1 Vflrtf plnnMlf. luif twlmiu.. rt .many would have won or lost In tho .& ..flit A ..H..AH tin I. a . jam v jiuyi uu itnuwn, ior tno war has changed tho channel of tho liolo world's trade. DIt. ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

8 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MOHftDAY, BEPTEMBfiB 28, 1914., p Eta ojl m 51 ;' SJ !ft la Ii Utf W " M R ' 1 2 s '4i EVENING sis&ls LEDGER prune ledger antt'VNY CVlll'i tT K" ClV.Ttf rrinBNT. On W n,in fii-reinr?: Inline Mutln Tiftnarff: rhirlc Tl t iiiltnston, Philip 8 t ollln. John PS. Wll- Huh" t)t r-fior . niJITOntA! BOAUt : ftm s M. K CcnTi. rhalmwft. tt wmvt.kt tewmw Ww JnT r MVHTIN aiwtil titiHhw 3HWJ I'D n h i riiiiv, rttm ytirK!-" ti ttm T.tiwM Ativnti in.....,,, ... i t i itrt rHi!rif NrrVniii irn M. trnpi'ltujl WJ i in o , ,; 11. ,m ihmii ii'ti Iralwfm loMllN SVntiim I'll " fall Mnll. S. l?ATn!t--i Hrnit ivim tov n isfi Ntn Yi I't Pp4ti Iffl! IN I'l I M I.nMi v i t u. ,, lUMS IjtlhAC ... sm p . H' i . in, rn)-cit n"!I'J!n5 . . . The P( ttiitMlliK . . The Hurt luilMmf '(i Fl Ii ' , ll i' OSS' .ill Hue LiUls k dr nJ . B P l' Mull liiwt 8 W, 2 Hut M is' hmthvn riRMn it crnt f y tnnn r pM n whor fnnwi r"" Jivi"rrlc mm dm "uiMc of riill.i.Mi I . t iiniil-. t Tif- . ,. . i...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

T-TJTTTT.'rniJilPHIA. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1014.. SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MRS. GEORGE GORDON MEADE LARGE Mrs. Large, Who 13 One of the Lending Society Women of This City, and Her Family Are Spending the Early Fall at Their Home in Rydal. CALEB FOX. Jr., Harry Drayton. William H. Folwcll, 2il. James Spear ami A. Mer cer Illtldlp Jr., have Bone on a ten days' hunt Ins ti lp to Jnekman, Mc. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Klwr. who have been IIvIiik I" Bala, have taken apartments at the Coionado for the winter. Mis. Florence O'Xell nnd her daughter, Miss EiiBonlo O'Xeil. of Pittsburgh, are spending oevcial days at the Lincoln. Miss O'Xell Is n frequent visitor to this city, where sho has been the h'uest of Miss Josephine Cooke. Mrs. W. B. Cuperton, wife of Rear Admiral Caporton, and their daughter, Miss Marsuerlto Cuperton, will leave Newport on Wednesday and return to this city. They will spend the winter at the Rlttenhouso. Fiicnds of Mis. Itohort II, Hlnckloy, of 33G South Sixtee...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

10 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1914;. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ii ELLEN ADAIR HAS TRYING ORDEAL IN BIG OFFICE BUILDING its vm i4 Recovering From Disap pointment in Employment Office, She Makes Futile Effort to Answer Telephone. K- the door, an JV ment' uBk . I ta!';lni; ilnse fl hpurint; whal 114 H XIII. I think that disappointment makes one fee! "o old! So many sorrows have cotne uddenH to mc I wonder why? I gaze clown vlta of long jcars to come and eo Just InnrliiH'sx. Those years may brliiK dull ipxiunntion In their train, fnio rnt In's prompt to nipi r tlie mnniln dew, Uhe hi art r. botimlinR ftt un t' n Uph And hope, cm? ctu-heu. lef& nu.tk tu spring nt,aln. I nant to live, live hard, and think, und learn, and do! 1 hate the thought ot pain and novoitv! fince moth' i died, nil tho old lonjrliiRs that I th umht Unl Biiice were crushed, all the ul, vasrue de"!lre? hav tome to me np.iln a thou mndfold. Those test...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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